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This place was amazing, Sigga was a delightful host and most accommodating
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... are the final family. Victoria is the daughter and she is something big in the City. Jeremy has a degree in photography and , like Jon, wanders further afield for that perfect shot. We later name Anne, Lady Anne of the Arctic!
Spending time with all these talented photographers has inspired me to get a decent camera for next time, although I am convinced that it is more the talent behind the camera than the camera itself!
We set off at 8.00 to begin ...
... a good picture of the bubble from the video. We had lunch at the Geysir visitor's center -- we split a bowl of lamb & vegetable soup (with free refills!) and a sandwich.
The last scheduled stop of our tour was the Pingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The national park is UNESCO listed both for its unique geology and for its history. Iceland is located on the Mid- Atlantic Ridge, the junction of the American and the Eurasian tectonic ...
... c2f190c07e19e72283.2:0.0.0.0.0.0.$end:0 :$text59:0" style="color: rgb(55, 62, 77); font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; white-space: pre-wrap; background-color: rgb(246, 247, 248);">Dod mewn i'r gwesty newydd i weld ei fod yn ystafell yn aroglu'n wael ac yna'n cael ein huwchrawddio i un o ystafelloedd gorau'r gwesty #businessclass Jonah Sutton
... is all old so it's covered in lichens and mosses. We walked out to an abandoned farm in the lava field, crossing lots of fissures, then circled back to the church, it was around here that the Alping ( parliament) was created in the early 900's, a very impressive location. Find a national park campsite with great views of the surrounding ...
... holiday in Iceland. It is Ascension Day, a religious holiday.we were shown the local free camp site and headed there, none of the services are yet in use properly but we managed. Some of the snow had melted around this area and during our time here when the sun came out and it got hot we could watch the snow melt. By hot we mean about 3C, although it dropped well below freezing at night. In the car we are as ‘snug as bugs in rugs’.During our free day ...